Posts Tagged ‘HGV’

  • How HGV drivers can keep motorcyclists and cyclists safe

    on May 11, 21 • in UK News • with Comments Off on How HGV drivers can keep motorcyclists and cyclists safe

    As an HGV driver, your vehicle is likely to be one of the largest on the road. As such, it’s your responsibility to look out for some of the smallest vehicles. Motorcyclists and cyclists are most likely to come off a lot worse than you if you happen to get into an accident with one. Not only that, but it’s not going to look good for you if you’re found to be at fault. It can be tricky to navigate the road when motorcycles and bikes can seemingly come out of nowhere, but there’s plenty

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  • HGV drivers advised to get a COVID test before arriving in Kent

    on Jan 27, 21 • in UK News • with Comments Off on HGV drivers advised to get a COVID test before arriving in Kent

    If you’re travelling via the Port of Dover or Eurotunnel you should get a negative COVID test before arriving in Kent, the Department for Transport has advised

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  • The future of the HGV industry is not what you think

    on Jun 29, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on The future of the HGV industry is not what you think

    Are you operating in the HGV industry right now? You might think that you know what the future is going to look like for this industry. But we’re not so sure that’s the case at all. Indeed, it’s possible that the path of this industry over the next few years is going to hold quite a few surprises. Particularly in terms of the employees who will be operating the HGVs and the tech that is going to be used.  That said, it is worth preparing for the future of this sector. By making sure that

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  • Advice on cleaning HGV cabs during the COVID-19 outbreak

    on May 27, 20 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Advice on cleaning HGV cabs during the COVID-19 outbreak

    COVID-19 can be spread through contact with contaminated surfaces. Therefore, maintaining good hygiene and cleaning practices are essential, particularly in common working areas. Regular cleaning will reduce the risk of passing the infection on to other people; cleaning common work areas is important to limit the spread

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